About Redondo Beach
With its southern area situated on the Santa Monica Bay while its northern half is landlocked and bordered by Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach is just under 6.25 square miles and has a population of around 68,000 residents. The city is known for its stretch of beautiful beaches, surfing, beach volleyball, and cultural arts center.
The city’s two areas – North Redondo and South Redondo – are divided by Anita/190th St. which runs east-west and turns into Herondo Ave. as it crosses Pacific Coast Highway(PCH). Redondo Beach’s waterfront starts just south of Herondo Ave. A highly desirable section of South Redondo, called Hollywood Riviera, incorporates a casual business district and stunning hillside ocean-view homes.
The school system is served by the Redondo Beach Unified School District and provides students with eight elementary schools; two middle schools; and one high school. If you’re house hunting and need to know the school boundaries in which the home sits, click here. For those wanting to know overall school performance, test scores, student demographics, student staffing, and other hard facts within the district, or even at other schools and districts throughout California, there’s all kinds of data at the California Dept. of Education website.
Redondo Beach Property Info
Here’s a snapshot of the residential property activity for September:
To see what homes are selling for in a particular area of Redondo Beach – North Redondo; South Redondo; Sand Section – email me and I’ll send you the latest sales information.
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Feel free to contact me for more information about the city’s property market or to schedule a time to meet and discuss your real estate needs. If you’re a homeowner, click here to Request A Home Valuation at no cost or obligation on your part.
Redondo Beach Community News & Events
Information about what’s happening in the city can be found through the local Chamber of Commerce and the city’s calendar. Also, there are local print publications such as Easy Reader and The Beach Reporter, which are free and come out every Thursday. The daily subscription newspaper for the South Bay is The Daily Breeze. Visit their websites for up-to-the-minute information on all that’s happening here in the South Bay.